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12th Prop Added to November's Ballot

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They keep piling on. Today, "the governor placed a $900 million bond measure on the ballot to provide low-interest home loans to returning veterans of current and recent wars," reports John Myers at KQED's Capitol Notes. And there could be more to come, he says. Three of them could be a water bond, a budget reform proposal and a reform of the lottery initiative to raise money for the state budget. Now that's fifteen props and there's still talk a possibility of more, up to eighteen. Eeek! Talk about a few months with lots of commercials, flyers and debate.